There’s never a good time to fall asleep at a red light, but doing so in the middle of the afternoon while you’re driving around with a veritable pharmacy worth of illegal substances in your car is especially bad.
A fellow from Corunna, Ontario found this out the hard way recently when a nice officer woke him from his slumber and discovered the $83,000 plus in drugs, cash and paraphernalia that he was presumably supposed to be taking much better care of.
Just look at this haul.
- 598 grams of Methamphetamine, value $65,780
- 18.8 grams of Fentanyl, value $8,460
- 176 x 8 mg of Dilaudid pills, value $3,520
- 70 x Oxycodone pills, value $1,400
- 106 x 4 mg Hydromorphone pills, value $1060
- eight grams of Cocaine, value $800
- 13 x 30 mg Hydromorphone pills, value $780
- 27 grams of Hash Oil, value $675
- 50 x Methylphenidate pills, value $500
- 14 x 18 mg Hydromorphone pills, value $420
- 5.7 grams of Psilocybin, value $57
- 1 x Xanax pill, value $20
- One x 9 mg Hydromorphone pill, value $15
- $5080 in cash
- One digital Scale
He’s been charged with a total of 42 counts, most of which are related to the drugs. He was also nailed for being impaired. Oddly, they didn’t tack anything on related to the non-essential business he was very clearly a part of.